Forget the Democrats’ primaries. Americans are ready for the main event of 2020, the no-holds-barred brawl pitting Trump vs. Bloomberg. All the rest is seen as a side show that’s wasting their precious time.
Why Hillary Clinton might still be nominated as presidential candidate by the Democratic Party.
Can the South Bend, Indiana mayor bridge the racial divide to advance to the top tier of Democratic Party nomination for the 2020 race?
Why the Democratic Party needs a course correction.
The erstwhile professor is a straight-talking populist focused on consumer issues and economic fairness. But she runs the risk of overshooting.
While the “end of history” may have been reached for social democracy in Europe, it hasn’t even begun to unfold its appeal and its political power in the United States.
Bankers get a free pass; Cohen and Manafort thought they had impunity; Senator Warren pushes anti-corruption law; White House accused of blocking investigations into student loan fraud by banks.
From day one of his campaign, Vice President Biden needs a running mate.
Biden-Warren 2016? Joe Biden is one Clinton scandal away from becoming the Democrats’ presidential candidate.
The pursuit of consumer rights a ‘leftist’ agenda? Only in America!